IANR Media Blog

IANR Media Blog

Photo of Troy Moling in the Market Journal studio

New Host of Market Journal - Troy Moling

Beginning with this week’s show, Market Journal welcomes a new host…Troy Moling.

Troy's career in broadcasting and media spans over 16 years, and he’s excited to bring his love for video and storytelling to the Market Journal team. A southerner by way of Memphis, Troy has worked behind the scenes as a producer and multimedia journalist, and in front of the camera as a meteorologist and anchor. In fact, before coming to Market Journal, Troy served as the managing editor and co-host for Farmweek, Mississippi’s oldest and only locally-produced agricultural TV show.

Posted on August 21, 2018    Read More

IANR Media is hiring a video producer/host

photo of a video camera pointed directly at the observer

We are actively searching for a Video Producer/Host to join our team.

The primary responsibility for this position is serving as the host of our weekly agricultural news program, Market Journal. In addition to researching stories, scheduling and conducting interviews, and writing stories and scripts, candidates for this position need to have strong skills in video and audio production.

Posted on April 17, 2018    Read More

Ralston Graham Student Excellence in Communication Internship Program

Student learning how to use the video control room equipment
The internship provides opportunities to eligible college students, who are in good standing academically, to be exposed to “real world” work experiences related to their field of study and interests. This includes various communication and technology related areas where IANR Media has expertise such as web development, graphic design, writing/editing, mobile apps, video production, photography, marketing, social media and programming.
Posted on February 19, 2018    Read More

Anne Holz Presents at Nebraska Extension Front Door Forum

Front Door Forum Attendees

In October, IANR Media Web Strategist Anne Holz presented on web content strategy at the Nebraska Extension Front Door Forum in Norfolk, NE. The Front Door Forum is an annual two-day conference attended by Nebraska Extension staff to learn useful tips for in the office and to meet and interact with coworkers from across the state. 

My favorite part of presenting is getting to meet Extension staff from across the state

Posted on November 1, 2016    Read More

Haley Steinkuhler Participates on Panel at NAADA Conference

 IANR Media Specialist Haley Steinkuhler presenting at the National Agricultural Alumni and Development Association(NAADA) annual conference

In June, IANR Media Specialist Haley Steinkuhler participated in the National Agricultural Alumni and Development Association(NAADA) annual conference in Asheville, North Carolina. NAADA is an organization of more than 350 professionals from around the country dedicated to the advancement of agricultural and related sciences at the 40 plus higher education institutions they represent. In addition to networking with NAADA members, Haley also served on a panel discussing social media ideas that have actually worked.

Posted on July 1, 2016    Read More

IANR Media Staff Visits West Central Research and Extension Center

West Central Research and Extension Center
Anne Holz and Haley Steinkuhler from IANR Media presented on website and social media best practices to specialists, educators and support staff at the West Central Research and Extension Center in North Platte, NE. The workshop was organized by Cathy Fox at WCREC back in December of 2015 to help faculty and staff become more efficient and strategic on their website and social media channels.
Posted on April 28, 2016    Read More

About the IANR Media Blog

Agricultural Communications Building

Welcome to the IANR Media blog. The IANR Media blog is where you can read about the latest happenings at IANR Media.

IANR Media resides in the Agriculture Communications Building. Built in 1899, Ag Comm is the oldest building on UNL's East Campus. The building was once home to Experiment Station offices, classrooms and laboratories.

Posted on July 8, 2015    Read More